Storm Damage

If your property has been damaged in a storm and you are looking for advice in relation to making a claim on your buildings insurance,

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Your definition of a storm may vary from the definition used by your insurer!

We have seen our fair share of frightful storms across the UK in recent years and along with them an extensive amount of property damage caused by high winds and heavy rainfall or a combination of the two.   

Storm damage can be a notoriously tricky type of claim to deal with, as your definition of a storm may vary greatly from the definition used by your insurer.  

When making a claim for damage, your insurer will investigate if a storm occurred, how intense the storm was and where the storm was in relation to your property.      

Uprooted tree due to storm
Uprooted tree due to storm

Aspray has access to industry level platforms to help validate your claim, such as WeatherNet, which provides historical weather data and is used by over 90% of UK insurers. Data such as volume of rainfall, hail or snowfall, wind speed and wind direction may all be used to prove whether the damage to your property was caused by adverse weather conditions. 

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Weathernet

To help validate your claim, Aspray uses WeatherNet, a platform that supplies historical weather data and is used by over 90% of UK insurers.

Decontamination

Roofing

Aspray instruct vetted roofers to complete any reinstatement works, meaning you don’t have to spend time obtaining quotes for your insurer. 

Structural Survey

Structural Survey

Should it be required, your Aspray Loss Assessor will instruct a professional third-party to carry out a structural survey to submit to your insurer.

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